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Regal Tip Brings Back the Power Rock Model

The double butt-end delivers a constant, heavy sound to your drums and piercing smashes on your cymbals, according to the company. Regal Tip also applies a special finish to make gripping the stick more comfortable. The Regal Tip Power Rock is available with a width of .570" and a length of 16"...

September 15, 2004

A classic returns with the Regal Tip Power Rock model - a drumstick with no taper, no shoulder and no tip.

The double butt-end delivers a constant, heavy sound to your drums and piercing smashes on your cymbals, according to the company. Regal Tip also applies a special finish to make gripping the stick more comfortable. The Regal Tip Power Rock is available with a width of .570" and a length of 16".

The suggested retail is $12.00.

For more information, visit their web site at www.regaltip.com

By our press release coordinator Thursday January 1, 2004